Articles written by The Daily Mind

How Much Red Meat Should We Really Be Eating?

Red meat has long been a favourite food across many different cultures and cuisines. Our relationship with meat, and red meat, in particular, is changing. With the global demand for meat going up as populations grow rapidly in developing countries, we’re reaching a critical moment. CDA recently made an infographic which looks into the world […]

Aging Well: 3 Tips To Help Your Body And Mind Age Mindfully

We all get older— it’s a fact of life if you’re lucky enough to experience it. Very few people realize that we possess the power to control how we grow and change, both physically and mentally, and that the things we do now will affect our quality of life in the future. Mindful aging means […]

Seasonal Self-Care Tips for the Winter Blues

As the days get shorter and the weather gets colder, it’s common for many people to experience symptoms of the “winter blues.” For some, signs may include a lack of energy or feelings of sadness and irritability. For others, the “winter blues” may actually be seasonal depression. Seasonal depression, more formally known as Seasonal Affective […]

15 Best Free Apps For Healthy Eating On A Budget

Moms and dads are notorious for pestering their children to eat their greens and vegetables before they leave the dinner table. Yes, they want their children to be as strong and healthy as they can be, but children find that eating their greens and vegetables to be a waste of time. Instead, they would rather […]

5 Tips to Improve Your Quality of Life and Embrace Happiness

Happiness can mean many things, and most of the time, it will mean something different to each and every person who seeks it. However, everyone can agree what happiness is in its essence. In its purest form, it’s the notion of being at peace, of being completely and utterly in love with your life, of […]

Understanding Postpartum Depression

The first few months of motherhood and meeting your new baby is a time of joy and happiness for many (not to mention mild stress and sleep deprivation, of course). But what happens when your experience is very different from this?

Tips for Creating a Spiritual Blog That Truly Inspires

Starting your own blog where you will write about philosophies of how the world works, about religion, about spiritual travels, and much more, can be extraordinarily rewarding.  In this way, you can easily send your message to masses of people, to create communities around you and your ideas, and finally, to get paid for doing […]

How to Support Men’s Mental Health This No-Shave November

Ever notice that more men are sporting beards around Thanksgiving? No-Shave November is likely at the root of it. It’s a movement that encourages men to put down their razors for an entire month in order to raise awareness for men’s health issues like mental wellness. In recent years, it’s been a hugely successful movement, […]

Fighting the Stigma around Mental Health and Addiction

Discrimination of any kind is reprehensible. Pigeon-holing people based on this or that trait or condition is unethical on every level. When it comes to the bias that exists around those suffering from a mental health disorder or addiction, the end result can be nothing short of devastating. Those battling these afflictions are often branded […]